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Old 05-01-2012, 12:46 AM   #1
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Recently purchased a CVA hunter bolt in-line muzzle loader, I bought it used and the guy I bought it from didn't have the instruction manual. Where can I get a copy from? I looked online and nothing

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Old 05-01-2012, 01:49 AM   #2
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What do you need to know?

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Well when I first looked at it I didnt notice it. With the volt closed there is about a quarter inch gap between the bolt and the chamber where the round sits in the barrel. Just wanted to make that it should be there and a part isn't missing.

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I'm having a hard time picturing it. Can you post a few pics?

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http://www.cva.com/Muzzleloading-Resources.php?area=Manuals#t
Is it at least similar to one of the models listed on this page with the .pdf manual? Maybe the "buckhorn", it is a bolt-action.
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It should be similar.

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The CVA Hunter Bolt is a bolt action rifle almost identical to the Mag Hunter and the newer ElkHorn rifles. The newer ElkHorn gun has a primer ejector and your gun does not. There are also some plunger fired guns, your gun is not plunger fired.

Go to the link Orangello gave you.

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